Warhammer 40K: Inside The Battle Sisters Box
The new Sisters of Battle Box is a treat for faithful fans. Full of gorgeous minis, accessories, and a codex, it’s everything you need.
The day is nearly upon us. The Adepta Sororitas are ready to launch and today we’re tracking a look at what lies in wait in their new boxed set, which comes with everything you need to start your own Sisters of Battle Army, including your brand new codex that will help you bring the Emperor’s light (and heat. Mostly heat) to the masses in a brilliant, blazing display of faith and fury, but not Faith and Fury, that’s space marines for some reason.
Anyway, let’s look inside the box.
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First up let’s take a look at yet more sprues, chock full of fleurs-de-lis and weapons covered in sacted texts.
Here’s a better look at one of the sprues we had a chance to see on golden daemon winner’s day–and here we have an eclectic mix of sisters in good standing, and those who have been condemned to repent. Proof that the Battle Sisters can be just as terrifying to their own troops as their enenies.
You’ll find ask the usual suspects within. The battle sisters squad:
The seraphim squad:
Sisters repentia and repentia superior
Arco flagellants and a penitent engine
And one we’re super excited to see, the Canoness, who is probably one of their best robed minis to date–and that’s saying something!
Then there’s the Codex, which has a ton of background on the Adepta Sororitas, including a timeline and unit entries, but more importantly shows you the whole range of Sisters minis, including new models for old favorites not yet released, and brand new, never before seen units.
The excitement is real folks, so keep an eye out as we get closer to their November 29th release date!
Let us know what you think in the comments!
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